Experimental Essay - spoken poem: 'Danse Macabre' by Charles Baudelaire. Found a nice recording of this Baudelaire-poem, read by a female French. Of course I had to process her performance via vocoder to make her kind of chant chords and match the musical background track (Saronni's version of 'colors shift'). I also inserted a couple of guitar melodies to create a bit more atmosphere. Topics: experimental, poem, poetry, vocals, spoken, french, vocoder, baudelaire
Chillout soundscape with embedded Baudelaire poem. Several months ago I wanted to read this poem myself, but then I found a nice female recording. So it's not my voice, but I've contributed a guitar melody in the intro part. Topics: ambient, soundscape, chill, vocals, spoken, french, poetry, poem, baudelaire
Chilling poetry setting. Our grand master of surrealism not only brushed his canvas, he also found time to write. Here's one of his essays, read by himself, garnished with vocoder and some cute ambience. Vocals: Salvador Dalí (Apothéose du Dollar, 1967) ( 1 reviews ) Topics: ambient, vocals, lyrics, spoken, french, poem, poetry, chill, dali, vocoder
Holy reading over Minimal Deep Tech-House. Although I'm atheist and never cared about political/religious correctness, I had to drop this one as pure provocation; just to satirize the recent hype of 'Burn a Quran' (which IMO is a silly idea anyway). From a musical point of view I love listening to any meditative recitings, and after a couple of western and eastern mixdowns it's just another one in a series of spiritual chanting tunes. Speaker: Ali Abo-Hashim Lyrics: Quran, Qáf (Sure 50) Topics: experimental, ambient, electronica, minimal, house, ethno, vocals, lyrics, spoken, chant, oriental,...